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"Wander around the alleys of our French-style garden, appreciating our 120 hectare forest complete with rare species and one hundred-year-old cedars. The pedestrian hiking trails enable you to discover the downy oak trees typical of the Causses du Quercy, as well as truffle oaks, hornbeams, and box trees: a rustic walk in the heart of nature! Take the old postman's route which is carved into the rock and treat yourself to one of the most beautiful views of the Dordogne. And when winter comes, participate in the search for precious black diamond truffles. Finally, the truffle market in Lalbenque from December to March is a must-visit for enthusiastic fans of this regional gem. "
"Classed as a UNESCO "World Biosphere Reserve" in 2012 for the quality of its natural heritage and sustainable development practices, the Dordogne basin offers many natural riches. A fishing paradise (there are pike, zander, roach, eel, and sea lamprey, among others), you can also canoe and kayak down the Dordogne between Meyronne and La Treyne. Setting off from the chateau's gardens, a hot air balloon flight provides an unforgettable experience touching the sky, and makes for an unexpected discovery of Dordogne. "
"At the border of the Périgord and Quercy, there's no doubt that the region's cultural heritage will form a key part of your stay at the Château de la Treyne. The caves at Lacave, Pech Merle, Rocamadour, Padirac, Sarlat, and the villages Saint-Cirq-Lapopie and Collonges-la-Rouge are unmissable places to visit. Welcome to one of the most beautiful regions in France! "